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Bear Grylls Survival Torch
$32
Item: # 31-001031

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Details:

    • Overall Length: 5.98"
    • Weight: 3.89 oz.
    • Batteries: AA
    • Lumens:
      • High: 24
    • Runtime:
      • High: 20 hr
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Encased in a water resistant rubber handle, the Bear Grylls Survival Torch is compact and powerful. Made for any type of outdoor excursion, it’s a rugged flashlight designed with a survival safety net. In addition to 20 hours of burn time, the interior capsule provides ample storage for included waterproof matches and tinder. More than just a light, the Survival Torch is a lifeline.

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  • 4
  • |4 out of 5 stars
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  • 5
  • |APR 6, 2014
  • |BY: M Bohne , secuirty officer

As a back up light I recommend having one just because of the compartment.

  • 5
  • |JAN 5, 2013
  • |BY: Bobby , Perfect light

Great light. My new bushcraft light. Love the waterproofness and the storage compartment. Just a little on the heavy side

  • 5
  • |JAN 5, 2013
  • |BY: Rooky Woodsmen , Great size and Performance

The construction is sturdy and the light is just bright enough. I wouldn't pay more than $20 for it personally. I got mine for $8 at dicks sporting goods at an after Christmas sale. The water proof container is big enough to store an extra battery giving it roughly 40 hours of use. I keep this one in my standard outdoor kit.

  • 5
  • |DEC 13, 2012
  • |BY: Awesome light , Joe Dremmel

Water Resistant is the truth, dropped it in a stream outside of red river, NM. Pulled it out, and turned it on. Battery life is above and beyond my expectations, as well as how bright it is. Good grip, compact size, and the light has a natural focus point that is very handy. The added compartment is very cool. Overall, great light and well worth the money.

  • 5
  • |DEC 5, 2012
  • |BY: dawid , lama

de yes

  • 1
  • |SEP 20, 2012
  • |BY: Seth Turner , Bad

Too much

  • 5
  • |JUL 9, 2012
  • |BY: Mario , Wow

Love it. Because of the waterproof compartment I am able to store extra cotten balls for my bear grylls flint stick.

  • 5
  • |JUL 4, 2012
  • |BY: Shimere , Gerber Fan

Just replaced my old flashlight! Now I carry this on every trip! Will be ordering another for the house in case of power outage. Amazing!!

  • 4
  • |JUN 2, 2012
  • |BY: brian , burn time

i love the torch, its just the burn time was short, and it actually went out on me during the 3rd day on a week long trip. luckily, i keep extra batteries and an extra flashlight, but the design otherwise is really nice

  • 5
  • |MAY 29, 2012
  • |BY: praveenbodaway , Survivalist

I really like it very durable and the matches in the handle come in real handy. But to make it AWESOME I would ask gerber to put a FLINT in the handle instead of matches.

  • 5
  • |APR 25, 2012
  • |BY: jam , great

It does what it's supposed to do. To be honest all BG products are brill. Thanks Bear and gerber

  • 5
  • |APR 23, 2012
  • |BY: Brian , Torch?

Great flashlight. But what in tarnation is a torch?

  • 5
  • |MAR 18, 2012
  • |BY: Amanda , Not fair

I would love one. but no one send the torch to holland

  • 5
  • |MAR 17, 2012
  • |BY: Mike Cintron , Tooling Manager

Looks great! I not only use it out doors, I need it for work! I always put down my presnt black light and I have to spend 15 min. looking for it! I'm getting one!

  • 5
  • |MAR 16, 2012
  • |BY: Jon Murphy , Commander

A bear grylls rucksack? pft no need, just skin a seal and put your stuff in there, its waterproof too, so you could drink your urin from it if you had to.

  • 2
  • |MAR 16, 2012
  • |BY: Ryan , can get a lot more for cheaper

It would be better if the lens magnified and the black casing was a hardened solar panel. Survival equipment should last as long as you intend to live. You're letting me down, Gerber. Pick up the Slack. Batteries don't last forever. And I certainly wouldn't put them in my pack

  • 5
  • |MAR 16, 2012
  • |BY: Michael Miller , Mr.

Looks completely awesome! I am investing in this as soon as possible.

  • 3
  • |MAR 16, 2012
  • |BY: Matti Bee , Survivalist

what about kinetic energy? i think this company would be able to develop one that doesn't need batteries for the true survivalist.

  • 5
  • |MAR 10, 2012
  • |BY: rob march 10th 2012 , tree climber, machine repair, tool and die

excellent quality survival gear. looking forward to see a ruck sack offered or even a tactical /survival type vest.

  • 5
  • |MAR 4, 2012
  • |BY: jake , wild survivor

looks cool will have to check into it and maybe get it sometime

  • 5
  • |MAR 3, 2012
  • |BY: Your name , cool idea

sweet idea I would love a BG rucksack. how cool would that be

  • 5
  • |FEB 28, 2012
  • |BY: vince , survivalist

matches and tinder compartment, how cool!

  • 5
  • |FEB 22, 2012
  • |BY: Alexander Johan Olsen , An idea

Cant you make a BG bagpack and a BG jacket?

  • 4
  • |FEB 16, 2012
  • |BY: nat , wow

it looks really cool i have to get one

  • 1
  • |FEB 14, 2012
  • |BY: m , m

Iwant 1